Monstro Mechanica #3

Writer: Paul Allor Artist: Chris Evenhuis Publisher: Aftershock Comics Release Date: February 7, 2018 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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A new series starring Leonardo da Vinci, his female apprentice and their wooden robot!

Isabel and the Machine are separated during the Siege of Volterra! As Isabel races to find him in the carnage and chaos, the violence surrounding them affects the Machine in surprising and potentially terrible ways!

From creators Paul Allor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and Chris Evenhuis (Wynonna Earp) comes this swashbuckling adventure story about war, identity and the birth of the modern world!

"MONSTRO MECHANICA" is a swashbuckling adventure story, filled with humor, pathos and giant wooden robots, that has something to say a more

  • 9.6
    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Feb 13, 2018

    Chaos in the city and the machine on the loose! Who will survive? The adventures of this device and its handlers is fun reading. If only history showed such a device to be true. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Bleeding Cool - Joshua Davison Feb 7, 2018

    Monstro Mechanica #3 slows up the plot somewhat, but it doesnt dip down to the quality of the first issue. It is a fun read, and the book has something to offer even if the pacing is far slower than it needs to be. It still earns a recommendation on its charms and artwork, and you should feel free to check it out. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Feb 7, 2018

    There's a lot of uncertainty still as to the goal of the book and this issue largely keeps to that feeling. I'm still feeling somewhat disconnected from it because da Vinci isn't all that interesting and Isabel hasn't been fleshed out enough. I like it when she's on the page and with the Monstro because that feels like that's the story. But that doesn't happen much here and it's just a mix of things. It's a curious book in a lot of ways as it's doing a lot of things right in terms of design and layout with unique and interesting characters, but it hasn't made that push past an unquantifiable hurdle for me to make me feel engaged with it. Read Full Review

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